KU Thesis and Dissertation Formatting: Working with Footnotes

Information for University of Kansas graduate students on required content order, page numbering, creating headings, formatting table of contents, adding captions, creating a table of figures and embedding fonts for theses and dissertations.

Working with Footnotes

If you’ve been using Word’s tools to automatically place superscripts in your document and text below for your footnotes, you may have found that Word’s pre-set formatting for these notes could stand some improvement. Maybe you would like to make changes to the spacing between lines, the footnote separator lines or the footnote font or maybe you need to get Word to stop spreading longer notes across two pages. The good news is, you can!

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